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FTSE 100 plunges through support levels
The UK's blue-chip index was down 49.53 points, or 0.9pc at 5,288.85, by 7.03am, having closed below 5,400 for the first time this year on Thursday, and set to record its third-straight week of losses as turmoil in the eurozone dominated the market ...
Santander UK rocked by Moody's credit rating downgrade amid Spanish ...  This is Money
Chart of the Day: the FTSE 100 shares most exposed to Europe
So analysts at Liberum have produced a useful list of FTSE 100 companies that are particularly exposed to Europe (click on the chart below to enlarge it).
Market blog: FTSE closes below 5300
17.00: Markets extended losses this afternoon for the FTSE 100 to close 136 points or 2.5% lower to 5,266, with similar losses across European markets, just as European leaders arrived in Brussels for what now is not expected to be a particularly ...
British shares fall in global sell-off on weak US jobs data
The FTSE 100 was down 1.95pc in the afternoon, while the FTSE 250 - viewed as a good indicator of the strenght of the UK economy - slid 2.9pc.
Gilt-backed structured products aim to stem risk
Last week, Barclays launched a new six-year FTSE 100 “Autocall” that pays out 8.25 per cent a year for each year held if the index is above its starting level on an anniversary - and holds gilts as collateral for the value of the investment.
JPMorgan Cazenove tops league table
The broker, formed by JPMorgan's acquisition of the prestigious London broker Cazenove, lost three corporate clients between February and May but still led the table with 226 clients, including 33 on the FTSE 100 index. Investment banks typically ...
Planes, freight trains and automobiles drive First State fund
A mild winter in the US and fears over Chinese growth have hit train operators, but growth in other areas makes the sector a good bet, says Peter Meany.
Weetabix And Seven Other Things You Didn't Know Were Owned By China
Don't be so surprised. In January, chief economist and head of global research at Standard Chartered Gerard Lyons told the Guardian we were heading for a new era of “owned by China.
Prudential to name Paul Manduca as new chairman
Mr Manduca, the former chief executive of Rothschild Asset Management, has been chosen by the FTSE 100 insurer's board after a lengthy search of internal and external candidates.
Comeback for Peter Webb as T1PS review prompts Winnifrith exit
However, the gold fund has grown nearly 17% since its launch in 2009, better than the 0.5% return in the FTSE Gold Mines index.